Focal mechanism solutions and magnitude estimations. The identifier number (ID), the location, the first and second nodal planes with strike, dip, and rake, the depth, the local magnitude (ML), the duration magnitude (MD), the moment magnitude obtained from full-waveform tensor moment inversion (Mw inv), from coda waves (Mw coda) and from naive SiHex conversion (Mw SiHex) are presented for the five major earthquakes from 2010 to 2019. The table is ordered by occurrence dates from the most recent to the oldest. The first line of an earthquake presents the focal mechanism based on first-motion polarities (FMP) and the second line presents the results from the full waveform moment tensor inversions (FWI). The LDG velocity model was used for the inversion, presented in Table 2. The depth and moment magnitude are inverted and constrained by the model (see Text S2 for more information).
|ID||Location||Nodal Plane 1
|Nodal Plane 2
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